With a vision to use nature and its organic processes as the biofuel to power batteries of the future, Bioo aims to create a symbiosis between nature and technology to create a better life for everyone.
In an ever-evolving digital landscape where cyber attacks are becoming increasingly sophisticated, the deployment of Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics and Machine Learning is critical for a safer customer experience.
This crisis offers a unique opportunity to accelerate digital transformation and the COVID-19 response is driving the need for seamless inter-ministry and inter-agency collaboration in this VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity, ambiguity) climate.
CleanTech innovators, Anzene, plans to launch their smart, safe and eco-friendly power block in the second quarter of 2021. They are still fine-tuning the innovation and plan to make it more powerful using a swapping station with multiple energy blocks.
This challenging time has highlighted to governments and their agencies where they lag in terms of digitalisation and has lead toward accelerated digital transformation across agencies.
OpenGov speaks to Mr Quek Choon Yang, Chief Technology Officer, Singapore Tourism Board (STB) on the role technology and digitization plays in the tourism sector during this critical period and in building the sector’s capabilities to succeed in the digital age.
A collaborative initiative of the MAMPU, Ministry of Health of Malaysia, Malaysian National Security Council and an industry partner, MySejahtera enables the government to manage critical events and empowers residentswith updates and self-help.
Without becoming overly dependent on projections, leaders can use data and analytics to envision beyond the pandemic; scanning for opportunities and challenges to consider how they could address a post-crisis world.